Zerto, an award-winning provider of cloud IT resilience solutions, has announced that HBL ICT has invested in Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR) to extend its business continuity and disaster recovery offering to the National Health Service (NHS), the company said.
A leading provider of shared technology services and solutions to the UK healthcare industry, HBL ICT quickly implemented Zerto´s software to protect IT infrastructure and critical healthcare applications to improve patient safety, while ensuring compliance with rigorous regulatory demands.
HBL ICT is an NHS organisation supplying foundation trusts in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Luton with leading IT solutions and services across a population of 1.5m.
Following the successful installation of Zerto, HBL ICT can provide industry-leading IT resilience, onboard new customers 90% faster and offer disaster recovery testing that´s non-intrusive to normal operations. Internally HBL are also able to reduce their management overhead by 50%, allowing more freedom for strategic business objectives and creative projects, as well as significantly reducing recovery time objectives (RTO) from days to minutes.
Zerto provides cloud IT resilience solutions designed to ensure enterprises and their customers always have access to applications without any IT interruption, downtime or delay. Zerto´s award-winning Cloud Continuity Platform, protecting thousands of enterprises worldwide, is a simple and reliable business continuity and disaster recovery software solution built to protect applications on virtualized IT environments, be it public, private or hybrid cloud.